Tularosa Basin Museum of History
1004 N. White Sands Blvd. Alamogordo, NM
Preserving a Unique History
With exhibits that focus on the history of the Tularosa Basin, the Tularosa Basin Museum of History preserves and promotes the local history of Alamogordo, Tularosa, Ruidoso, La Luz, Cloudcroft and other Sacramento communities. Learn about the early Native Americans who lived in the area, White Sands National Park, the local railroad, La Luz pottery, ranching, scouting and more. View artifacts and stories from the days of early man to Alamogordo's role in the atomic and space ages.
Open 10 am to 4 pm Monday through Saturday. Closed Sundays.
La Luz Pottery
The La Luz Pottery Factory is a 235-acre property in La Luz New Mexico. Built-in 1930 by the wealthy New England industrialist Roland Hazard, the factory created over 90 styles of pottery that were actively collected around the world before it closed in 1949. Many of the original buildings are still intact and tours of the property are available through the Tularosa Basin Museum of History on Saturday mornings. Call the Tularosa Basin Museum of History to reserve your spot!